Mayor’s June Message

By Mayor Ross Chun Aliso Viejo is often referred to as a young community, partially because it’s the newest city in Orange County, and partially because of the image we have garnered through our active social lifestyle and extensive participation in youth sports. However, it is important to recognize the many contributions of our senior […]

Traffic plans in place for high school graduation Thursday

Special traffic plans are in place to accommodate heavy traffic expected for Aliso Niguel High School’s graduation on Thursday, June 6. With limited parking at the school, offsite parking and shuttle bus service is encouraged and will be available at the Chet Holifield (Ziggurat) Federal Building at 24000 Avila Road. Shuttle buses will transport people […]

Heartfelt Cardiac Screening May 21

This essential screening from 3-7 pm Tuesday, May 21 at Aliso Niguel High School is open to the community and available for people as young as 5 up to adults. Learn more and schedule your screening appointment at heartfeltcardiacprojects.org. See the full flier at this link: ALISO NIGUEL HS 5-21-19 Email[18146]

Landlord Workshop June 6

The Fair Housing Foundation will host a free Landlord Workshop on Thursday, June 6 from 2-4 pm in our Council Chamber at City Hall, 12 Journey. The public will have an opportunity to ask questions about the following: Fair housing laws Rental application process Managing rental property Housing discrimination Rent increases Eviction process Occupancy standards […]

Mayor’s May Message

By Mayor Ross Chun The Capistrano Unified School District (CUSD) is responsible for the education of more than 50,000 students and maintenance of more than 2.5 million square feet of facilities. CUSD’s service to the families within this enormous district goes well beyond those staggering statistics. CUSD is entrusted with the safety and care of […]